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glaciers

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The Week in Pictures: Megapixels and melting glaciers

The 41-megapixel Nokia Lumia 1020 sets smartphone cameras free, a human-powered helicoptor flies, and a satellite image gives a new look at the melting Pine Island Glacier. Plus: Robotic humans and spiders.

By Jul. 13, 2013

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Water ice glaciers spotted on Mars

NASA scientists find what they believe are huge water ice glaciers sitting just beneath the Martian surface.

By Nov. 20, 2008

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Getting warmer and faster: Antarctic glaciers

British research shows glaciers moving faster than ever.

By Jun. 5, 2007

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Planets with a drunken wobble could be more lively

The wackier a planet's wobble, the more likely it could be to sustain life and keep from going full Popsicle, according to new research.

By Apr. 17, 2014

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NASA mission calculates global ice melt and rising sea levels

Over seven years, scientists used data from NASA satellites to measure global ice melt and the effect on sea level rise. Now, a new study shows that during that time, the world's water mass grew by half an inch.

By Feb. 8, 2012

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Scientists tracking iceberg twice size of Atlanta

After breaking from Antarctica, the massive iceberg could drift toward South America and threaten shipping lanes.

By Nov. 14, 2013

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IE piggybacks on Everest celebration to showcase new browser tech

Renowned Everest explorer David Breashears teams up with Internet Explorer to create an immersive site that takes you as close to the mountain as possible without actually being there.

By May. 28, 2013

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LA Times cuts off climate-change deniers

The newspaper will not print letters from climate-change deniers, saying the matter is not opinion-based.

By Oct. 11, 2013

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Underwater Internet may be coming to an ocean near you

Researchers are developing a "deep-sea computing network" that could bring Wi-Fi access underwater to better detect tsunamis, collect data, and monitor offshore activity.

By Oct. 15, 2013

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Guess what? Global warming is real, and it's our fault

A new assessment by hundreds of scientists strengthens the earlier conclusion that the planet is warming and that human activity is its dominant cause.

By Sep. 27, 2013